Romantic Journeys Of Scotland
With its dramatic landscapes and romantic vistas,
Scotland is a fabulous country. The Kyle of Lochalsh
train ride is rightly one of the world's great railway routes.
The drama of the highland landscapes can be appreciated
from the watery splendour of Loch Ness.
The Kyle Line - Inverness to Kyle
Grantown-on-Spey, Aviemore and Newtonmore
West Highland Line - Fort William
'Royal Scot' cruise on Loch Ness
7 nights stay with dinner, bed & breakfast
Home Link included
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We depart from your local area in the morning for northern England and your overnight stay with dinner, bed and breakfast.
We continue north through the LowlandHills past Glasgow to Stirling, Perth and Pitlochry,arriving late afternoon at Highlander Hotel,Newtonmore for the next 5 nights with dinner,bed and breakfast.
Monday to Thursday
During your stay in Newtonmore the followingexcursions are included:Grantown-on-Spey, Aviemore and Newtonmore– We make our way to Grantown-on-Spey, atraditional Highland town on the River Spey onthe northern edge of the Cairngorms NationalPark, a beautiful charming place with plenty tosee and do. We then make our way to Aviemorefor free time before we return to Newtonmorewhere the remainder of the day is yours toexplore. Maybe visit the Highland Folk Museumwhich is within walking distance of the hotel.Kyle of Lochalsh – We travel north into theHighland capital, Inverness. Here we join theScotrail train for one of the Great RailwayJourneys of the World – the line to Kyle ofLochalsh. The route takes us through some of thebest scenery in the country, skirting lochs andpassing remote villages. After a break in Kyle ofLochalsh we enjoy the return ride, this time byroad, back to the hotel.Fort William, Glenfinnan and Mallaig – Thisexcursion takes us south west along the shore ofLoch Laggan and through Glen Spean to FortWilliam. Here we have another train journey, thistime on the celebrated West Highland Line toMallaig. This spectacular line passes hiddenlochs and inlets, silver sands, and crosses themagnificent Glenfinnan viaduct on its way west.Mallaig is a major fishing port and we have timeto wander around the harbour and explorebefore we catch the train for the return journeyto Fort William and rejoin the coach for the rideback to Newtonmore.Loch Ness Cruise – Loch Ness is our destinationtoday. We travel through unspoilt scenery pastLoch Mhor and along Stratherrick to FortAugustus. Whilst here we have time to obtainlunch and we enjoy a cruise, with commentary,on Loch Ness on board ‘The Royal Scot’. Later weleave Fort Augustus and head north overlookingthe loch towards Inverness before heading backto Newtonmore.
We leave Newtonmore and the Highlandsto retrace our steps south towards NorthernEngland for our overnight stop with dinner, bedand breakfast.
After breakfast we leave and continue on our way home.
We stay in the picturesque Highland
village of newtonmore at the Highlander
Hotel. A delightful hotel, where the
restaurant, bar and lounge are warm and
welcoming and during your stay live
entertainment is provided in the function
suite on two evenings.
All bedrooms areen suite, and have television,
hairdryer and hospitality tray.
Hotel does not have a lift.Back to top